Eryll Fabian talks about the Tree Canopy Assessment Group she runs for Tunbridge Wells U3A.
The U3A Volunteering team discusses the Zoom tutorials available for U3A members
Valerie Tams, of Newquay U3A, has set up a blog which interest groups will be able to use as a way to remain connected with each other.
Pauline Janin, Groups Coordinator, discusses the virtual coffee morning they have planned.
Jackie Gellert, Chairman of Royston U3A, talks about how a £850 local council grant helped them involve all their members in its monthly meetings
Anthony Hughes, Swansea U3A, talks about new ways to tell a story
John Battison (Paignton U3A) manipulates photographs on his computer to create stunning, impactful art – here is his latest series of images on a local Devon landmark
Trevor Ponman (Wyre Forest U3A) talks about researching issues surrounding computerisation and robots.
National subject adviser Henry Howarth authors the world’s first interactive app for learning cryptic crosswords.
John Battison of Paignton U3A manipulates photographs on his computer with digital imaging software to create stunning, impactful art.
Robert Mott from Epsom and Ewell U3A talks about an exciting joint project with the Royal Philatelic Society in London to create a virtual museum.
Dr Robert Gittins – Guildford U3A – talks about the ELECTRA Programme: exploring Life Enhancing Technologies for the Third Age.